Foodies, this one’s for you—if you can stomach it.
Calling all food lovers with an appetite for tasty thrills and scrumptious scares. There’s Halloween foodie drive-through experience taking over Legg Lake at Whittier Narrows this fall and you’ll want to get a bite! From October 2 to November 1, Angelenos will be treated to an eerie food crawl, a virtual campfire, and a “creature safari” along with a few other tricks at The Bite LA.
Pack a flashlight, hop in your car and buckle up for a delicious drive around a misty Legg Lake in the dead of the night. The appetizer begins with a series of immersive stations where you’ll collect your eight seasonal bites—that all come with a side of spooky. If you’d like to sink your fangs into something more, you can always purchase more along the way. Of course, there’ll be vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options available too.
Then for the next course, you’ll journey further into the dark forest using only your flashlight to illuminate the winding roads as you hunt down monstrous creatures that lurk in the shadows. Make sure you keep your doors locked and windows up for your own safety for this part.
Once the terror has made you want to bury yourself in a pumpkin pie, you can head to the final destination: a virtual campfire with a special campfire dessert and your choice of hot cocoa, hot apple cider or coffee.
Since it’s only really your in-car companions that get to see you all dressed up and ready to scare, this year you’re better off focusing your efforts on winning the car costume contest. So channel all that creepy creativity into turning your safety mobile into a monster on wheels and it will be entered automatically—and no, you can’t just show up in a Fiat Multipla, that’s cheating.
This food-fuelled show is brought to you by Meyer2Meyer Entertainment, the same team behind House of Spirits: A Haunted Cocktail Soiree event and Los Angeles Haunted Hayride’s former creative director. So you know you’re in good hands (or are you?).
All creatures will be practicing social distancing and you’re expected to return the courtesy. Additionally, a list of health and safety guidelines like mandatory mask-wearing whenever you roll down your windows. Tickets run $38 to $98 per person, depending on the number of passengers are in the car.
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